Behavioural economics : assessing food waste innovations diffusion through ABM models - insights from Italy and the Netherlands [report]

Matteo Masotti, Lusine Aramyan, Katja Logatcheva, Simone Piras, Simone Righi, Matteo Vittuari, Marco Setti
2019 unpublished
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more » ... or non-commercial purposes are authorised, provided the source is acknowledged and the publisher is given prior notice and sent a copy. https://doi.org/10.18174/478168 DOI 5 Scenarios and simulations Results 26 Baseline Scenario 27 Scenario 1: Quickly increasing knowledge 28 Scenario 2: Time marches on, but information is still lacking 29 D4.5: Behavioural economics Assessing Food Waste innovations diffusion through ABM models -Insights from Italy and the Netherlands iii Scenario 3: In the long run, we are all (quite) informed 30 Scenario 4: Establishing networks 32 Scenario 5: Building networks and sharing information (but not for so long) 32 Scenario 6: Strong networking and knowledge (almost) for all 34 6 Conclusions and further applications 36 7 References 39 8 MatLab codes 43 D4.5: Behavioural economics Assessing Food Waste innovations diffusion through ABM models -Insights from Italy and the Netherlands v List of abbreviations ABM Agent-Based Model EU European Union FSC Food Supply Chain FW Food Waste FWM Food Waste Model FWP Food Waste Prevention FWR Food Waste Reduction WP
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